Local best seller: Early Organized Crime in Detroit

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5-star review from fellow crime writer Daniel Waugh, author of  Gangs of St. Louis: “This book is an outstanding and long overdue look at the rich and often graphically violent early history of Detroit’s Mafia family. A direct descendant of some of the protagonists, Buccellato’s impeccable research and writing skills elevate this work to the upper-echelon of American true crime literature.

I don’t want to give too many spoilers away, but suffice it to say that Dr. Buccellato’s work fills a crucial gap in American Mafia history. A must read? Most definitely!”

The book is available at Detroit area book sellers and on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites.

James’s recent book events: 

  • Grosse Pointe Historical Society (Grosse Pointe, MI)
  • Hamburg Library (Hamburg Twp., MI)
  • Royal Oak Public Library (Royal Oak, MI)
  • IRS Criminal Investigation Centennial Celebration at the Theodore Levin Court House (Detroit, MI)
  • Northville Historical Society (Northville, MI)
  • Clinton-Macomb Main Library (Clinton Twp., MI)
  • Books-a-Million (Southfield, MI)
  • Detroit Book Club (Ferndale Public Library)
  • Barnes and Noble (Shelby Twp, MI)
  • Detroit Public Library (Parkman Branch)
  • Liberty Comics (Roseville, MI)
  • South Lyon Public Library (South Lyon, MI)
  • Pages Bookshop (Detroit, MI)
  • Detroit Mercantile (Eastern Market)

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